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Fergus Hendersons recipes for braised rabbit and beetroot salad   50%

Two elegant but unfussy autumnal dishes of braised rabbit, mustard and bacon; and a deep-red salad of beetroot, red onion and cabbage, creme fraiche and chervil

Today’s recipes are in a pleasing seasonal purgatory, but speak chiefly of summer, even though they are made with ingredients that will not cause guilt when bought in the colder months. This makes them ideal to have in your arsenal for when the weather is turning. They are a celebration of deconstruction – not in the nouvelle cuisine sense, where perfectly sensible things are taken apart in a series of blobs, whooshes and towers (such plates speak of food that has been breathed on a little too much). The intervention of the knife and fork is inevitable, so we should welcome the messing-up process; there is a positivity to a method in which deconstruction is the final act of construction – swirling together piles of capers, beetroot, creme fraiche and leaves, or picking the flesh off rabbit bones for the joy of leftovers. These dishes enjoy the input of St John’s executive chef, Jonathan Woolway, and both have the sort of understated elegance you can expect at our new venture, St John Marylebone, which opens later this month.

Fergus Henderson is chef/co-owner of St John and St John Bread & Wine in London. A third site, St John Marylebone, opens later this month.

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A terrifying 70-mile crime scene: Wild pursuit, freeway gun battle end in father, daughter dead   6%

Authorities had been looking for Anthony Graziano and his teenage daughter Savannah for nearly 24 hours when his Nissan Frontier pickup was spotted Tuesday morning near Barstow.

I Didnt See You There Review: A View From His Seat   -10%

The filmmaker Reid Davenport, by turns pensive and irritated, takes viewers inside his life as a disabled person through footage shot entirely from his perspective.

Overlooked No More: Maria Orosa, Inventor of Banana Ketchup  

As a food scientist, she sought to reduce the Philippines’ dependence on imported food, pioneering new ways to use local products. And that was before she became a war hero.

Franois Legault Wins Re-election in Quebec  

Voters in Quebec gave a second term to Premier François Legault, who has shifted the province from a once fervent-independence movement to a nationalism focused on French Québécois identity.

When does the World Cup start? Qatar 2022 dates in full  

Qatar World Cup start dates, times and teams

What happens if Republicans take the House, Senate (or both) in 2023?  

Three scenarios for which party controls Congress — and what politicians have said they'll do with that power.

'It was scary': Miami Dolphins coach on Tua Tagovailoa's injury video   5%

Miami quarterback Tua Tagovailoa sustained neck and head injuries after being slammed to the ground against the Cincinnati Bengals and was stretchered from the field.'It’s an emotional moment. It’s not a part of the deal you sign up for,' said the Dolphins head coach Mike McDaniel. The Dolphins said Tagovailoa was conscious, had movement in all his extremities and was taken to University of Cincinnati Medical Center for further evaluation.

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Mariners trade deadline pickup Luis Castillo agrees to 5-year contract  

The Seattle Mariners have locked up another ace for their pitching staff, agreeing to a five-year contract with right-hander Luis Castillo on Saturday.

Johnson fined 50 percent match fees, gets warning for on-field misconduct in LLC   41%

India Capitals' pacer Mitchell Johnson has been handed a warning and a fine of 50 per cent of his match fees for involving in a heated argument during the Legends League match at the Barkatullah Khan Stadium on Sunday. The incident took place during the qualifier match between India Capitals and Bhilwara Kings where Johnson got engaged in a verbal exchange with Bhilwara Kings' batsman Yusuf Pathan and was seen pushing the latter away before the umpires intervened.

Van Gogh exhibit at DIA a 'once-in-a-lifetime' gathering of 74 works  

An exhibition of this type has never before been staged, according to The Van Gogh Museum and Foundation in Amsterdam.


Sober October: What are the benefits of being sober for a month?   50%

From healthier skin to a better night’s sleep

Louisiana candidate for Congress gives birth in new campaign ad  

Congressional candidate Katie Darling gives birth in a campaign ad as she prepares to face an incumbent who has held the seat in Louisiana for over a decade.

Kenya: Kipruto Puts Up Masterclass to Deliver Commanding London Marathon Glory   53%

[Capital FM] Nairobi -- Amos Kipruto perfectly timed his finishing kick as he put up a brilliant run in the final five kilometres to win his first ever London Marathon title, clinching the crown in a time of 2:04:39.

The best last-minute holiday ideas for October  

Whether chasing autumn sun in Lanzarote and Crete or layering up for a blustery UK break, this in-between month is stacked with travel options, says Mary Novakovich

Leicesters James Maddison not giving up hope of making England World Cup squad  

Leicester midfielder James Maddison has not given up hope of making England’s World Cup squad.

Wanted: aspiring Chinese astronauts from Hong Kong and Macau  

China’s space agency to open up recruitment in the city for country’s manned missions.

Many metro Detroit vegan food restaurants running on fumes, hit hard by pandemic  

The pandemic has impacted all food businesses – but vegan restaurants may have suffered the hardest blow.


Lizzo UK tour: How to get tickets   35%

‘It’s about damn time The Special Tour came to the UK and Europe,’ the singer wrote on an Instagram post

Chinas debt leniency claim for developing nation restructurings undercut by transparency issues   -31%

China says it has outperformed other G20 members in helping the world’s poorer nations deal with the impact of the coronavirus, but a lack of transparency has made it difficult to assess the level of support, analysts said.

The perils of unofficial coalmining in India photo essay   -50%

Photojournalist Supratim Bhattacharjee documents the story of an unofficial coalminer and her family in the Dhanbad district in Jharkhand state, India. Her work was supported by the Joan Wakelin bursary

Beauty Devi, 34, an illegal coalminer, lost her husband in a mining accident who died while extracting coal from an abandoned tunnel. Devi has two sons: Vishal Kumar, 13, and Naman Kumar, 11.

Beauty Devi showing a picture of her husband, who died in an accident when the roof of an abandoned mine collapsed.

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Parents crazy with worry as hundreds of children from east Ukraine stranded in Russian camps   15%

The children, aged 9 to 16, were promised they could go home after accepting a free summer holiday, but parents now believe Russia won’t return them.

After suddenly losing my husband, a trip to the Himalayas helped me heal   -65%

Overwhelmed with grief, Amanda Westwood set off to recalibrate amidst the startling beauty.

102-year-old mother with Alzheimers thanking her mum sweet video touches millions in China as she mistakenly believes caregiving daughter is her parent   21%

A mother-daughter trying to navigate Alzheimer’s and sharing tender moments together have grown into popular figures on mainland Chinese social media.

Could first class rail travel be about to hit the buffers?  

Exclusive: The premium for the ‘posh seats’ ranges from just £1.30 to £430

The End of the $25,000 NFL Rookie Dinner?  

Young athletes are expected to treat their veteran teammates to an exorbitant meal. Is it a form of team bonding — or hazing by another name?

Taylor Ward ending season on a high note as the Angels beat the Athletics  

Including the Angels' 3-2 win over the Oakland Athletics on Tuesday, Taylor Ward has been on a tear in September batting .333 with an OPS of .929.

US sailor found not guilty of destroying billion-dollar Navy ship   -13%

A US Navy sailor has been found not guilty of starting a fire that caused the complete destruction of the $1.2 billion USS Bonhomme Richard
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A drug based on LSD appears to treat depression in mice without the psychedelic trip   -30%

Scientists have identified a drug that appears to produce the antidepressant effects of LSD without the psychedelic side effects — at least in mice.

University of Idaho Issues Gag Order on Abortion   -22%

An email from the university’s general counsel seeks to steer employees around Idaho’s vague and archaic anti-abortion laws.

The post University of Idaho Issues Gag Order on Abortion appeared first on The Intercept.

Firefighters battle warehouse blaze in Regents Park   18%

Firefighters battled a large blaze at a Regents Park warehouse which contained highly flammable thinners and glues.

Strong Dollar Is Good for the US but Bad for the World   -1%

The Federal Reserve may have no choice but to wage a relentless inflation fight, but countries rich and poor are feeling the pain of plunging currencies.

Sweden sends special diving vessel to area of Nord Stream pipeline leaks   17%

Sweden has sent a submarine rescue ship to the site of the leaks but it was unclear when anyone or anything would be able to go down to the pipelines.

Who wore what at Mukherjee Bari Pujo   -25%

North Bombay Sarbojanin Durga Puja organised by the illustrious Mukherjee family was a star-studded affair as usual.

Two Putin allies publicly ridicule Russias war machine   58%

‘Nepotism in the army will lead to no good,’ Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov said. ‘You rock, man!’ Yevgeny Prigozhi, powerful leader of mercenaries, said in support.

Andrews slams appointment of Essendon CEO  

Victorian premier Dan Andrews says the views of Andrew Thorburn are "appalling".

Energy bills: Householders urged to read meters before October price rise   -15%

The average annual household energy bill in the UK will rise from £1,971 to £2,500.

An abuse survivor wonders about disclosure  

The reason I've not told them was that I didn't want to injure their memories of their grandma and grandpa.


If movies carry consent warnings, will James Bond be cancelled?   1%

A campaign to introduce classification for films and TV shows which depict non-consensual sex is worthy of support. But common sense should also play a role.